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Christ's humanity : a thing to be grasped

Author: Thomas G Thompson
Publisher: Frazier Park, California : Son Publishing, [2012]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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The thesis of this book relates to an area of doctrine that has never been addressed in the Bible-believing church of the Lord Jesus Christ. Instead, even the best expositors and theologians have followed what others have said before and interpreted the events of Jesus' life in terms of the use of his divine abilities despite hints and evidence to the contrary. The author demonstrates that Jesus lived entirely as a  Read more...
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Named Person: Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas G Thompson
ISBN: 9780985140304 0985140305
OCLC Number: 1004817767
Description: 160 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction --
God : unity and trinity --
Christ : God and man --
The biblical doctrine --
Reasonable questions --
Christ's humiliation and exaltation --
Christ as prophet --
Implications of the doctrines of atonement and justification for Christ's humanity --
Implications of the doctrine of sanctification for Christ's humanity --
Conclusion --
Epilogue --
Appendices. Cause of the current confusion --
Kenoticism --
Communicable attributes and natures.
Responsibility: Thomas G. Thompson.

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The thesis of this book relates to an area of doctrine that has never been addressed in the Bible-believing church of the Lord Jesus Christ. Instead, even the best expositors and theologians have followed what others have said before and interpreted the events of Jesus' life in terms of the use of his divine abilities despite hints and evidence to the contrary. The author demonstrates that Jesus lived entirely as a man based on the positive searching of Scripture. This ought to lead to the conclusion that He never used his divine prerogatives. Exegesis of the Greek text gives a clear reason why that is true. Then, on a correct understanding of the roles of Jesus as Prophet, Priest and Sacrifice, and the fact that Jesus is an example for believers for their sanctification, the author shows his thesis is not only possible, but necessary. Read about "Christ as" Trinity, God-man, humanity, questions, humiliation, exaltation, prophet, atonement, example. - Back cover.

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